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Old   March 9, 2000, 05:04
Default Modeling turbulence with Eulerian model
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Hello! I'm working on the simulation of bubble columns using the k-epsilon model. I wonder wether the added terms due to the dispersed phase in the transport equation are set by defaut when the eulerian approach is used. If true, to what corresponds the question:"Enable extra terms for k-epsilon?" in the control panel. In the same way, is the turbulent drag term set by default? Does someone know something about this ?

Thanks in advance! Eric O.
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